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Kilrah

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System

  • CPU
    i7-5960X, 4.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Rampage V
  • RAM
    32GB
  • GPU
    GTX1070
  • Case
    Thermaltake Overseer RX1
  • Storage
    512GB 970 Evo, 2x6TB RAID0
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1200
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 4K curved 49" TV, 23" Samsung secondary
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Operating System
    Win10 / Built 2014 with 2 GTX970s in SLI

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  1. Typing a PIN 50x or more a day gets old VERY fast.
  2. Yup just connect a powerbank to your monitor, if it's a mobile one it supposedly will support that.
  3. Can't advertise to dead people... Dang, was too slow...
  4. The silkscreen on the board even says right there that this slot doesn't support SATA... Always important to go through the mobo manual to ensure it can do what you want before buying...
  5. It's a complete resintall of the system files from a Windows image file (what I was after, i.e. you don't save on download as @GoodBytes said), but it keeps all apps and the user profile as well as system config changes so as things causing issues are usually in one of those these won't be solved. Never had update issues either, good dozen of systems and many updates (my main system has never been reinstalled since I installed my NVMe SSD in summer 2017, so 4 major updates). Update issues are probably a % or 2, but obviously those people will complain loudly enough to make it seem like way more. And they happen with all systems, see the Mac OS Catalina mess a month ago, Ubuntu notoriously always has problems as well, so much that many people recommend to always reinstall from scratch (actually my own install won't update to 1910, no way to even know why)...
  6. Then it's not valid anymore since that's essentially a new machine. Need a new license.
  7. Was that a bought ready made pc with an oem license?
  8. You'll almost never get a new part off a warranty repair, they have enough parts laying around from other returned systems that had faults somewhere else.
  9. Some years ago when there was actual progress with consecutive models of a line I used to upgrade every year with the new model, but nowadays I tend to switch brands and it's "whenever I find something that interests me", aka not that often.
  10. HWinfo will show them if your card reports them. Not usually the case.
  11. When it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
  12. Possibly but there wouldn't be any point bothering. The serial is either for inventory reasons or to avoid Windows deactivating because it sees a different drive SN. Their only legal obligation is to give you back a working system, how they achieved that is entirely up to them.
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